Category: philosophy / economics

Repudiating employment contracts: Trust and confidence

During 1996 the Employment and Industrial Relations Journal of the International Bar Association published an article written by Graham Giles just before the newly adopted Labour Relations Act, 1996 came into force in November...

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Business rescue plan: Unfair dismissal procedure?

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Covid-19 lawyers chastised: Deprived of fees

Administrator of Dr J S Moroka Municipality v Kubheka COVID-19 Lawyers chastised for failing to produce the necessary permits ito the regulations and directives which caused the acting judge to deny them their fees and charges...

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Trade union affairs: Registrar to investigate

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RICA saga continues: ConCourt hearing

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Protectable interests examined: Unrealistic threat?

Truworths Ltd v de Bruyn Protectable interests examined and high court decided that while the skills and experience developed as a buyer while in the employ of Truworths will be of practical benefit to adidas under her new...

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Intimidation threats interdicted: Undocumented nationals

City of Cape Town v JB and Others Intimidation threats interdicted by high court on an interim basis after law enforcement officers of the City were threatened when they attempted to obtain personal information to issue...

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Emotional shock principles: Amicus curiae application

R K v Minister of Basic Education Emotional shock principles considered in great detail by the SCA and stressed the importance of a detectable psychiatric injury as being the foundation for such claims. “It is clear from...

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